The project is located 138km southwest of Potosi.
San Pablo Project is located into the prolific Orogenic Gold Belt. Geologically, the project will test a large gold mineralization system. Its stratigraphy is into the Silurian Cancañiri Formation, an important host rock in mines like Kori Kollo-Kori Chaca (Inti Raymi Company), San Bernardino (2.3 million Auoz), and other auriferous projects. The ore mineralization is present in different ways: some zones with formal quartz veins, and other zones with disseminated ore.
The San Pablo Project area is a total of 650Has.
Surface sampling results in three different gold anomalies, San Pablo, Willacollito and Willacollito East, which contain ore mineralization in different ways, depending on the sector where there are:
San Pablo: with formal quartz-arsenopyrite-bismuthine veins, E-S strike, with gold grades in surface that reach 15.95 g/t. A previous drilling Company drilled 1,182m in this zone, distributed in three different holes: SPD-1, SPD-2 and SPD-3. At depth, the structures and grade suggest continuity for, at least, 160m (SPD-1). The gold grades, in the core sampling, reache 60 g/t (SPD-1, D1-160).
Willacollito: with stockwork and quartz-arsenopyrite-bismuthine veinlets, and gold grades in surface that reach 11.23 g/t. Disseminated ore into the rock generates gold anomalies with 40m width. Not explored before.
The exploration commenced in February of this year.